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Skin Rash/Blisters/Sores

Individuals with skin disorders may experience irritation, blisters, rashes, and sores that can cause significant discomfort. Exposure to certain materials can exacerbate these symptoms, which may make it difficult for employees to wear standard uniforms or protective gear such as gloves. Skin rashes, blisters, or sores are usually a limitation associated with an underlying condition. This limitation could be the result of an injury, such as a burn injury; an allergy, such as poison; shingles; cancer; radiation or chemotherapy; medication; a blood disorder, or another condition that affects the skin.


Traditional cleaning chemicals can trigger limitations for people with chemical sensitivities, fragrance sensitivities, migraine headaches, asthma and other respiratory impairments. To prevent limitations like respiratory difficulty, headaches, nausea, and tightening of the throat, investigate the use of alternative, non-toxic cleaning products, and fragrance-free cleaning products and practices.